911.1 Turbo S
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Your one-stop source for complete Porsche 911 Turbo service, repair, and modification should be Forza Tuning and Performance in Clearwater, Florida. Led by nationally recognized performance guru and Forza President Brenton Brown, the skilled team of factory-trained technicians at Forza are dedicated to providing Porsche owners an upgraded alternative to dealership service. When it comes to quality Porsche repair and modification, there is no one better – not in the United States.

Porsche 991.1 Turbo Stage 1

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Porsche 991.1 Turbo Stage 2

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Porsche 991.1 Turbo S Stage 1

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Porsche 991.1 Turbo S Stage 2

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Porsche Performance Modification and Tuning

Given the Porsche internal designation 997, the sixth generation Porsche 911 sports car featured 18-inch wheels and tires, increased horsepower, and a more capable suspension setup than its predecessor. Although similar to the Porsche 996, the Porsche 997 exhibited notable aesthetic differences to the headlamps – among other things. The “fried egg” headlamps of the previous model were replaced by the more popular “bug-eye” design. Changes were also made to the interior of the Porsche 997.

A second version of the Porsche 997 (called the 997.2) offered an upgraded engine with direct fuel injection, improved handling, and a dual-clutch PDK transmission. Car and Driver Magazine found that the Porsche 997.2 Turbo (with PDK transmission) could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3-seconds flat. Jeremy Clarkson, famous British television personality and car enthusiast said the Porsche 997 Turbo would “make love to your fingertips and stir your soul.” Particularly flattering since Jeremy is known for his disdain of Porsche automobiles.

Whether your Porsche 911 needs factory scheduled maintenance, a tune-up, wheel alignment, brake service, engine repair, transmission replacement/repair, rear-end repair/replacement, steering /suspension repair, driveshaft service/replacement, engine cooling system repair, heating and air conditioning repair/maintenance, an oil change, a transmission service/flush, wheel and tire rotation/replacement or virtually any other type of repair, Forza will deliver a level of customer satisfaction that will exceed even the highest of expectations.

Porsche 997 Turbo (2006-2008)

Making its debut at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show, the Porsche 997 Turbo was situated in the wide body shell of the Porsche all-wheel drive models. This contributed to the more aggressive stance of the Porsche 997 Turbo model. A new front bumper with LED turn signal strips in the air intakes and relocation of the fog lamps to the corners, as well as large air vents (in front of and behind the rear wheels) were distinguishable features of the Porsche 997 Turbo. The use of aluminum body panels made the Porsche 997 ninety-pounds lighter than its predecessor. A retractable rear wing was another race-inspired feature found in the Porsche 997 Turbo.

Also inspired by the rich racing history of Porsche is the twin-turbocharged engine found in the Porsche 997 Turbo. The 3.6-liter H6 motor was capable of producing 473hp at 6,000 RPM and 457 lb.-ft. of torque between 1,950 and 5,000 RPM. Porsche engineers used a combination of BorgWarner VTG turbos and a two-stage resonance intake manifold to virtually eliminate low-speed turbo lag while preventing excess back pressure at high RPM. Top speed for the Porsche 997 Turbo was an electronically controlled 193 mph.

Porsche 997.2 (2009-2013)

Phase two of the Porsche 997 (internally designated 997.2) was unveiled during the 2008 Paris Auto Show. The mid-cycle facelift began in 2008 for the 2009 model year. Improvements included new bumpers (front and rear). The front bumper had larger air intake vents and the rear bumper had LED tail lamps. A reflective stripe between the tail lamps served to denote all-wheel-drive models. A new engine with direct fuel injection delivered improved performance with greater fuel efficiency. Less restrictive Porsche Sports Exhaust and an enhanced suspension system made the Porsche 997.2 even more capable than the first generation 997. A redesigned engine management system – with navigation and a touchscreen display – gave this version of the Porsche 911 a more modern feel.

Porsche 997.2 Turbo (2010–2013)

The second generation of the Porsche 997 was introduced at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show for the 2010 model year. A completely new 3.8-liter boxer 6-cylinder engine with upgraded BorgWarner turbochargers highlighted improvements to this popular sports car. Reduced engine weight, direct fuel injection and a unique dry sump lubricating system paid tribute to the long racing heritage of Porsche automobiles. The Porsche 997.2 Turbo could generate 493hp and 480 lb.-ft. of torque. Top speed was 194 mph and the Porsche 997.2 Turbo could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5-seconds (with the PDK transmission).

Porsche 997.2 Turbo S (2010-2013)

In March of 2010, during the Geneva Motor Show, a more capable version of the Porsche 997.2 Turbo was introduced. Called the Porsche 997.2 Turbo S (for Sport), this race-inspired Porsche was equipped with the same engine and turbochargers as the Porsche 997.2 Turbo model. In the Porsche 997.2 Turbo S, revised intake valve timing and a carbon fiber cold air intake system were combined with enhanced tuning to deliver 523hp and 516 lb.-ft. of torque from the 3.8-liter twin-turbo boxer mill. With a top speed of 196 mph and a 0 to 60 time of 3.1-seconds, the Porsche 997.2 Turbo S was the fastest Porsche vehicle ever (at the time of its inception).

Porsche 991 (2011-2019)

As replacement for the Porsche 997, the Porsche 991 was introduced during the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. The seventh phase of the iconic Porsche 911 sports car, internally designated as Porsche 991, was initially put into production for the 2011 model year. Production ended in late 2019 after 233,540 units were produced.

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Porsche 991 Turbo and Porsche 991 Turbo S (2013-2016)

Turbo and Turbo Sport models were added to the Porsche 991 lineup in May of 2013. Equipped with a twin turbo 3.8-liter flat-six engine, the Porsche 991 Turbo was capable of churning out 513hp and 457 lb.-ft. of torque. The Porsche 991 Turbo S utilized the same engine and turbo setup to make 552hp and 516 lb.-ft. of torque. Both models were outfitted with 7-speed dual-clutch sequential transmissions and all-wheel drivetrains. With adaptive aerodynamics and rear-wheel steering as standard equipment, the Porsche 991 Turbo S accelerated from 0 to 60 mph in 2.6-seconds during independent testing. Porsche 991 Cabriolet (Convertible) Turbo and Porsche 991 Cabriolet Turbo S models were introduced during the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Porsche 991.2 Turbo and Porsche 991.2 Turbo S (2017-2020)

A second version of the Porsche 991 Turbo and Turbo S were unveiled during the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Internally designated the Porsche 991.2 Turbo, Turbo S and Turbo S Exclusive Series, these Porsche 911 models featured twin turbocharged 3.8-liter boxer engines. The Porsche 991.2 Turbo was rated at 533hp and 487 lb.-ft. of torque. The Porsche 991.2 Turbo S could turn out 572hp and 516 lb.-ft. of torque and the Porsche 991.2 Turbo S Exclusive Series was capable of producing 599hp and 553 lb.-ft. of torque.